In this week's video, Ibarionex discusses how and why he chooses to create a vertical rather than a horizontal composition. He explains how choosing to go vertical can eliminate distracting elements from the composition while at the same time emphasizing the presence of repeating lines and shapes.Read More
In this week's video, Ibarionex discusses the importance of trusting your composition. He discusses how fixed visual elements in a scene allow a photographer to find their composition. He explains how fluid elements such as people, animals, and even light can be added to the photograph. He stresses the importance of remaining true to the composition and not compromising the shot for the transitory elements.Read More
In this week's video, Ibarionex discusses the idea of creating images that appear purposefully casual. By this, he means how a photographer uses graphic elements to compose a photograph but creates a result that comes off as very subtle and calls less attention to the actual presence of the photographer.Read More
In this week's video, Ibarionex discusses how to go beyond the frequent cliche of photographer a walking subject against a backdrop, a storefront or a mural. He observes how using line, light, shadow and form can help a photographer move beyond cliche to create a unique vision of a street scene.Read More
In this week's video, Ibarionex talks implied relationships between disparate elements in the frame and how they can be linked by color, pattern, lines and juxtaposition. Using images submitted by TCF listeners, he explores how photographers can produce strong and effective compositions.Read More
In this video, we explore how to make an interesting photograph of a place that moves beyond simply making a snapshot. We discuss how to use lighting, color, pattern and composition to make a photograph than can arrest a viewer's attention.
In this video, we talk about how to make an interesting photograph of a place. We touch on how to move beyond the snapshot of a place and using elements of lighting, composition and more to produce a photograph that arrests a viewer's attention.Read More